Remade by Bernard B. Ray and Harry S. Webb's Reliable Pictures in 1935, also starring Jack Perrin and using the same plot: (Jack Perrin) A cowhand, and his sidekick, Bennie (Ben Corbett) come to the Texas border country looking for the saloon owner (Richard Cramer), in a Texas border town, who had lured the cowhand's sister into white-slavery bondage in Mexico, under the pretense she had been hired as the new school teacher for the town in Texas. . But the man doesn't want to be found and has hired some gunmen to see that he isn't. Written by
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Dauntless courage and daring chivalry---love as eternal as the rolling range---faith and hope that brings lasting happiness---all flicker before you in Jack Perrin's latest action picture, "45 Calibre Echo." A great, human, dramatic document of the thrilling West, where love and hate grow to their greatest.
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Remade as Texas Jack